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Once again, because I am easily amused I simply had to share this video with you. I do believe that this is a great bit of satire. Instead of teaching their children proper sex education, the right relies on slut shaming and ridiculous gimmick products to control young women. There can be no doubt, that this is not about curtailing male behaviour because as this faux commercial illustrates, all of their intentions revolve around keeping the family vagina pure.
I am also amused by the fact that this video makes an excellent point about the commodification of religion. These days, if you have something that you simply cannot sell, all you need to do is call it Christian or slap the word Jesus on it, followed by a few amens and you have yourself a winner. Do we really need Holy underwear? Yes, this ad is a farce, however there are certainly clothing items in existence whose whole purpose is to push the message of abstinence. Why talk to children about safe sex when we can by them fancy new underwear? It’s a win for the fundies and corporations, the only ones that lose are the children.